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Firefox Calls Out Google’s Hypocrisy Following Multiple Full-Page Privacy Ads in The Washington Post

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In today’s print edition of The Washington Post, Google took out three full-page ads affirming its commitment to privacy.

In a searing response response, Mozilla’s Firefox Twitter account posted, “Grand gestures are nice, but you know what’s even better? Making privacy the default in the first place.”

The advertisements, running on page A7, A9, and A11, all push the general theme that Google puts you in charge of your data.

Unfortunately for Google, a company currently entangled in numerous scandals and investigations, the ads appear to have missed the mark.

Curated from Mashable

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